Lola ‎– Wax The Van

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Jump Street Records ‎– JS-1007
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Recorded at Blank Tape Studios, Inc. Mastered at Frankford/Wayne Studios.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runouts): JS-1007-A HERBIE JR :-) HUB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runouts): JS-1007-B HERBIE JR :-) HUB

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SY 1 Lola Wax The Van(7") Syncopate (2) SY 1 UK 1987 Sell This Version
JS 1007 Lola Wax The Van(12", Promo) Jump Street Records JS 1007 US 1987 Sell This Version
1C K 060-20 1894 6 Lola Wax The Van(12") Syncopate (2) 1C K 060-20 1894 6 Germany 1987 Sell This Version
12SYX 1 Lola Wax The Van(12") Syncopate (2) 12SYX 1 UK 1987 Sell This Version
12 SY 1 Lola Wax The Van(12") Syncopate (2) 12 SY 1 UK 1987 Sell This Version

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baj

baj

November 30, 2014

Jon's Dub is one of the warmest, grooviest, most hypnotic chilled out uncategorizable tunes I've ever had the pleasure of hearing. Arthur Russell and Bob Blank and co. (as mentioned below, Blanks' wife) created a masterpiece right here. I was obsessed with this track a while ago and am getting re-obsessed with it lately. Apparently an instant Ibiza classic when it came out. Not even going to try to describe it. Superb.
chapinozo

chapinozo

December 16, 2010

the very nice records and there is a version with a children it s funny dubby but serious track .i like that.
fluxragg

fluxragg

May 14, 2009

Another stellar Arthur Russell production, this time from the fag end of the 1980s. Featuring engineer Bob Blank's wife Lola with the cutesy, totally out-there vocals, this is a typically leftfield piece of work from Russell on the tiny Jump Street label. It's been called proto-house, and it is, but its really got all the influences of underground dance music at that time. All mixes are essential, but Jon's Dub probably steals it with its nice piano riff towards the end. The mystery for me, though: who is Jon??